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  • HOW TO MAKE A DIETARY PLAN? Micron Associates
  • In every endeavor, planning is the most effective yet critical tool inachieving goals. It is very essential in order to run the process smoothlyjust like in dieting.Does it include various foods from the major food groups:fruits, vegetables, grains, low-fat dairy products, lean proteinsources, nuts and seeds? Does it include foods you like and that youwould enjoy eating for a lifetime — not just for several weeks ormonths? Can you easily find these foods in your local grocery store?Willyou be able to eat your favorite foods, or better yet, all foods?Does it fityour lifestyle and budget?Does it include proper amounts of nutrientsand calories to help you lose weight safely and effectively? Is regularphysical activity part of the plan? These are the questions that can helpyou in making a diet plan.
  • Dieting is a kind of balancing act.So in making a diet plan, you should gradually reduce first your fadfoods that can add in counting your carbs in your body.Always bear in mind that weight loss comes down to burning morecalories that you take in through undergoing such physical activities.Understanding the equation is the very first activity that you shouldwrite on your plan. Set your weight-loss goals sub plans for reachingthem.
  • Talk to your friends, family or doctors that can support you in theprocess. In planning there is a so called smart planning.It is when you anticipate how you will handle situations that challengeyour resolve and the inevitable minor setbacks, or the risk assessment.These are the rough roads that you can possibly pass through.Furthermore, when it comes to weight loss, there is no shortage of dietplans.Check any magazine rack, and you’re bound to see the latest andgreatest diet plans. But how do you know if a diet plan fits your needsand lifestyle?It is simply answering the problem statement mentioned by MicronAssociates a while ago.
  • The right time to brush your teeth.It is very usual when we brush our teeth after eating our meal. ButMicron Associates reveals, if your toothbrush stays on your teeth forhalf of an hour, your teeth can possibly damage. The acid burns into both enamel and dentin, the lower layer below theenamel, after taking fizzy or acidic drinks.Having a wrong time of brushing your teeth, specifically within 20minutes after a meal can get-up-and-go the acid deeper into yourteeth, rusting them far faster than they would have decayed bythemselves.
  • The president of the Academy of General Dentistry, Dr. Howard R.Gamble quoted, ―With brushing, you could actually push the aciddeeper into the enamel and the dentin.‖Volunteers make a sample on how this will happen. They wore humandentin samples in their mouths, and tested different brushingprocedures. After brushing the teeth within 20 minutes, it noticeably damaged theteeth after drinking soda.
  • If you are more likely to eat spicy meal, better to wait for an hour toprevent the possible negative effects.However, researchers said that after intra-oral periods of 30 and 60min, where was not significantly higher than in unbrushed controls.Micron Associates concluded that for you to protect the dentinsurface, wait at least 30 minutes before brushing your teeth.
  • The Bitter Truth About SugarThe Bitter Truth About Sugar is one of the three kinds of carbohydrate:starch, fiber and sugar. Sugar is found only in foods of plant origin. Infood, sugar is classified as either naturally occurring or added. Naturallyoccurring sugars include lactose in milk, fructose in fruit, honey andvegetables and maltose in beer. Added sugars originate fromcorn, beets, grapes, and sugar cane, which are processed before beingadded to foods. The body cannot tell the difference between naturallyoccurring and added sugars because they are identical chemically.Although, food sources of naturally occurring sugars also providevitamins and minerals, while foods containing added sugars providesmainly calories and very few vitamins and minerals. For this reason, thecalories in added sugar are called ―empty calories‖.
  • Furthermore the added sugar, which does not contain vitamins andminerals, displaces nutritious food in the diet. High intakes of sugarpromote overeating because of its stimulating taste. Excess caloriesconsumed over time result in obesity with its innumerable of healthrisks and problems. A high sugar intake is closely associated with dentalcaries especially when the sugar is eaten as a sticky food.
  • Although all sugar provides the body with energy, how quickly the bodybreaks it down affects the blood sugar levels. The body breaks downsimple sugars quickly as one of the bitter taste of sugar, causing a spikein blood sugar levels . The body responds by producing and releasinginsulin, a hormone produced by the cells in the pancreas necessary forcells to intake glucose. Over time, the increased demand on thepancreatic cells can make them wear out, leading to a decrease in insulinproduction. This insulin resistance can cause diabetes and contribute toheart disease risk factors like high blood pressure and high bloodcholesterol levels. This negative effect on blood sugar is a disadvantageof some sugar molecules. Micron Associates said that the body breaksdown other types of sugar, such as fiber and some of the starch, slowlywhich helps to keep blood sugar levels constant. This not only reducesthe strain on insulin production, but it also helps in maintaining aconstant weight.
  • Many foods that contain sugar also contain a large number of caloriesand a high fat content. These factors together can contribute to weightgain. Foods that contain added sugar, those that do not occur naturally,also cause weight gain that can lead to obesity. The more sugar added toa food, the more calories it has. Because most of the foods that containa large amount of added sugar, like soft drinks and desserts, also containvery few if any nutrients nutritionists classify them as nutrient-poorfoods, also known as empty calories. Moreover, sugar can give you itsbitter taste by attacking your body with insomnia, dizziness, allergies,manic depression, cardiovascular disease, hypertension, hypoglycemia,colon and pancreatic cancer, hair loss, ADD/ADHD, breakouts and skinirritation, tooth decay, metabolic syndrome and even the worst type2diabetes.
  • Consuming a lot of empty calories means that you cannot get yourrequired nutrients in the required amount of calories resulting in theconsumption of too many calories. Therefore, sugar in general isassociated with weight gain and obesity, a condition that affects nearlyone-third of adults in the United States and one of the growing diseasein this developing world.
  • Scrap your negative mood.Put yourself on your side! Make a commitment to yourself to become amore positive person. Don’t do it because others want you to do or as areaction to somebody else’s opinions ; it for you and because of you.You will be the one to reap the benefits in the first place.Make a change in your attitude and your words. ‖I hope it doesn’t rain‖can be swapped by ―It would be nice to have a sunny day‖; a longercommuting to work that you always thought as tiring can be seen as abrilliant opportunity to listen to music, read, or chat with a stranger . Itall depends on the point of view.
  • Get yourself two or three books on positive thinking and make a pointof reading at least ten pages a day. This will make a difference on the wayyou look at life over time. Besides, some of the books on positivethinking that you can find are real keys to enjoying a better life.Surround yourself with positive and uplifting people. When you meetsomeone that makes you feel better because they look on the brightside of life, decide to speak with them more often. Pay attention to theway they see life and the words they choose to use.
  • Create your own set of affirmation cards with positive thinkingaffirmations that you can carry with you and readanytime, anywhere.You could read the whole set of affirmations in thefirst hour of the day and before you go to sleep for a number ofdays, and observe the good impact this habit has on you.
  • Deal with stress.1. Avoid predictable stressful situations. If a certain sport or game makesyou tense (whether it’s tennis or bridge), decline the invitation to play.After all, the point of these activities is to have a good time. If youknow you won’t, there’s no reason to play. 2. Competing with others, whether in accomplishments, appearance, orpossessions, is an avoidable source of stress. You might know peoplewho do all they can to provoke envy in others. While it may seem easyto say you should be satisfied with what you have, it’s the truth. Thestress from this kind of jealousy is self-inflicted.
  • 3. Eliminate as many sources of stress as you can. For example, if crowdsbother you, go to the supermarket when you know the lines won’t betoo long. Try renting videotapes rather than going to crowded movietheaters. Clear up the clutter in your life by giving away or throwingaway the things that get in your way. A garage sale is one effective wayto do this.4. If you can’t remove the stress, remove yourself. Slip away once in awhile for some private time. These quiet moments may give you a freshperspective on your problems. Avoid stressful people. For example, ifyou don’t get along with your father-in-law but you don’t want tomake an issue of it, invite other in-laws at the same time you invite him.Having other people around will absorb some of the pressure you wouldnormally feel.
  • 5. If you suffer from insomnia, headaches, recurring colds, or stomachupsets, consider whether stress is part of the problem. Being chronicallyangry, frustrated, or apprehensive can deplete your physical resources. 6. Labor saving devices, such as cellular phones or computerhookups, often encourage us to cram too many activities into each day.Before you buy new equipment, be sure that it will really improve yourlife. Be aware that taking care of equipment and getting it repaired canbe stressful.
  • 7. Remember, sometimes it’s okay to do nothing. 8. Try doing only one thing at a time. For example, when you’re ridingyour exercise bike, you don’t have to listen to the radio or watchtelevision.
  • 9. If you are always running late, sit down with a pencil and paper andsee how you are actually allotting your time. Say it takes you 40minutes to get to work. Are you leaving your house on time? You maybe able to solve your problem (and de-stress your life a bit) just bybeing realistic.10. If you can’t find the time for all the activities that are important toyou, maybe you are trying to do too much. Again, make a list of whatyou do during the day and how much each activity takes. Then cut back.
  • Setting your reasonable goals Choose a weight that is appropriate and attainable.
  • 1. SEE WHAT YOU WANT. Visualization is step No. 1. Sit in a chair and imagine yourself happy five or 10 or 25 years down the road. Be specific. Be clear. One big reason people fail to reach their goals is that those goals were amorphous to begin with. A goal like ―buying your first house soon‖ is too wishy-washy. Deciding that you’d like to buy a three-bedroom Cape on a half-acre within 30 minutes of your workplace before the next school year is much better. There’s no need to be practical about this–think big. Once you have your vision, focus on how it makes you feel. As the research of Harvard psychologist Dan Gilbert has shown, you’re likely very good at identifying the things you believe you want. But when you get them, they often don’t make you as happy as you thought they would. To become a better forecaster of your own happiness, think about how you’ll feel if you get what you think you want. What kind of emotions will that elicit? How long will they last? Try to imagine as many aspects of the outcome as you can. Even winning the lottery has its hassles–cold calling from brokers, new found dealings with the tax man, tension in families.
  • 2. WRITE YOUR GOALS DOWN.Like any good idea, goals need to be written down so that you can referback to them every now and again. You may decide to change them orto abandon them. That’s your prerogative. But they need to be inwriting.Why? Because if you don’t write them down, you’re likely to forgetthem. When you see something, your brain holds onto that image forabout a half-second. When you hear something, you retain it a littlelonger, say three seconds. Then you lose it, unless you make an effort toretain it, perhaps by repeating it to yourself over and over or creating anassociation (Mrs. Green has green eyes). To move a bit of informationfrom your short-term memory into your long-term memory, where itcan be available for you to recall, you either have to play with it–or gowith the easier alternative: Write it down.
  • 3. TURN EACH GOAL INTO AN ACTION PLAN.Break each goal down into the steps you’ll need to take to achieve it. Sayyour goal is to save $5,000 in the next year. That may sound daunting–but saving $100 a week for 50 weeks doesn’t.4. UNDERSTAND THE TIME INVOLVED.We often overestimate how much we can accomplish in a single day andunderestimate how much we can accomplish in a year, given just a littleprogress every day. That’s true whether you’re teaching a child toswim, writing a book or trying to lose 10 pounds. Quick fixes rarelywork.
  • Let’s pace eat: Metabolic SyndromeHigh triglyceride levels (150mg/dl or above), overweight or obesity( awaist circumference over 102 cm in men and over 88cm in women),high blood pressures(130/85 or more) and pre-diabetes, are just someof the risk factors in one of the fastest growing contrary healthconditions in the world, the metabolic syndrome.People can get this kind of disease at no age requirement. In the currentstats, 30 to 50 percent are obese and most of these are children. Thereare 50% of adults may have metabolic syndrome as they reach the age of60.As a matter of fact, both the genetics and environment plays animportant role in the development of the metabolic syndrome. MicronAssociates research: genetic factors influence each individual componentof the syndrome, and the syndrome itself.
  • Reduce fats with mango skinEating of mango skins could be effective in the fight against excess fatrevealed by the Researchers at University of Queensland. Yes! It is. Infact, this fruit is better digested when eaten with the skin. Don’t believein most hearsay that mango skin is poisonous. Take this idle talk intothe trash.Eating mango skin can help you to reduce approximately 75 calories.Also, unripe mangoes have starch which converts into sugar when thefruit ripens. Therefore, ripe and sweet mangoes are very helpful in weightgain when consumed with milk (high in protein).
  • According to Micron Associates research , the skin of mango containedcompounds that repressed adipogenesis, the process of storing of fatcells. Professor Greg Monteith said that a complex interplay of bioactivecompounds unique to each peel extract is likely responsible for thedifference, rather than just a single component.Aside from gaining lose weight , mango skin has a compound whichcould help you to fight against metabolic diseases such as diabetes.Studies have also indicated that the eating of mango skin could helpprotect against some form of cancer, compounds like quercetin andmangiferin present in mango skins are anti-oxidative in nature andprotect cells from oxidative damage .
  • Furthermore, it is also a highly effective against internal inflammationslike stomach ulcers or colitis. It was said that mango skin containedResveratrol which is also present in the skin of red grapes that helps youto regulate cholesterol levels in your body. The pulp of mango has ahigh amounts of sugar or glucose for your cells as a source of energyand metabolic intermediate.So eating the mango skin is a good thing. If you are worried aboutmango skin being poisonous due to the chemical sprayed on it, simplywash the mangoes with hot water, or dip it in a bowl of hot water 5minutes prior to consuming it. Hot water is known to removeschemicals more efficiently than cold water. Eating organic mangoes maybe another viable option so that you enjoy the skin without worryingabout chemicals.
  • Your guide to live a Healthy LifestyleKeep your diet balanced A balanced diet doesn’t mean not eating foods in a day; rather, it is minimizing your food to consume in a day. A food that has a variety of vitamins and minerals which your body needs including healthy fats. So, you must begin to fully understand nutrition and make sure that you eat the proper portions of protein, carbohydrates, and healthy fats. If you are having a hard time calculating the suggested supplements into your daily diet routine, you could try taking vitamin tablets in order to ensure that your body is ingesting the nutrients it needs.
  • Exercise Daily Making your body exercised everyday does not necessarily mean to keep you in shape; it is also for you to increase your morale. Your simple and short workout can have a massive impact on your morale and can make you feel happier about yourself, give you more confidence, and just make you feel positive in life. This doesn’t mean to spend hours in a day for exercise, just taking around 20 minutes to half an hour doing light exercise and not working up too much of sweat is enough for your healthy living lifestyle.
  • Get a good night’s rest Having an enough sleep is very vital for your mind, body and soul. Researchers have found that those who sleep more than 8 hours or less than 4 hours a night are not as healthy as those who sleep 6-7 hours a night. The right range hours of your sleep enables you to take away of any fatigue and regain some energy which gets lost throughout the day from performing your daily tasks. Getting a good night’s rest allows your body to regain energy for you to feel much better, safe and sound in the morning.
  • Start a new hobby Taking a new hobby is a great way to feel better about yourself and for you to live a healthy life. It’s a great way for you to meet a new people. And also, this is a great way to enhance your interaction with others especially in making friends in which could also helps to improve your good communication and people skills.
  • Feel your good surroundings Enjoy the great creation of nature by taking short walks when you can. Even a 10 minute walk a day will make you feel much better about yourself. Find nice places close to home, or find a place where you might like to spend a little time to sit down and read a book. Being outdoors has a positive effect on your brain and will make you feel much more relaxed and composed.
  • The Best foods for your brain.The food you consume plays an essential part in boosting your physicalperformance.But, did you know that there are certain food you eat canhelp you enhance your brain function? If you think that your memoryneeds further or your awareness is letting you down, maybe your timeis now to check what you are eating.
  • 1. Antioxidants If you want to delay your brain aging, eat foods that are high in antioxidants for the reason that it has the capability to fight your free radical change. Free radicals are the irregular molecular atoms, that is naturally take place in your body or externally from the environmental factors such as pollution, cigarette smoke and herbicides, that attacks your cells, that results in breaking down of your tissues and possibly play a role in a number of diseases cases from cancer to dementia.
  • 2. Cacao I know chocolate is one of the apples in your eye. Chocolate is made from cacao in its purest form, free from sugar, dairy and other processed ingredients. It was considered as a superb food because of its huge amounts of antioxidants, as well as a compound called epicatechin. Scientists are now discovering the combination of exercise and a diet high in epicatechin promotes functional changes in a part of your brain that supports learning and memory. What does this mean for the rest of us? We can keep our mind sharp with a cup of hot cacao (hold the marshmallows) as a guilt-free treat, or add a scoop of cacao powder to your breakfast smoothie.
  • 3. Coffee Your morning coffee does more than just wake you up – it also boosts your brain power. Research shows coffee improves your memory and speeds up your reaction times by acting on your brain’s prefrontal cortex, the area is responsible for your short-term memory. A lifetime of coffee consumption has even been associated with a lower risk of Alzheimer’s disease, a brain disease affecting your memory, thought and well as your language.
  • 4. Complex carbohydrates These types of carbohydrates can give you a slow release of glucose into your brain. This includes food that is made with flour or sugar, grains, foods with added sugar, and starchy vegetables such as potatoes and corn. For your information, glucose is necessary to stimulate your brain cells that are in charge for your concentration,memory and most especially in learning. Remember that good sources of complex carbohydrates include wholegrain breads, oats, brown rice, legumes, fruits and vegetables.
  • 5. Egg yolk As we all know, egg is a great source of protein,but you are wrong.Its yolk can give you a nutrient choline in which could help you in structuring your cell membranes. It can also guard your livers from building fats. For your maximum health benefits include up to two in your diet, three to four times in a week.
  • 6. Kelp Without your thinking, a sea vegetable ,kelp is high in magnesium calcium and iodine. Iodine is necessary for your normal growth and development of your brain and body.Because the body does not make iodine, it must be gained from the diet. Kelp is the most abundant, iodine-rich sea vegetable. Other rich sources of iodine include seafood, dairy products, plants grown in iodine-rich soil and iodized table salt. Severe iodine deficiency has long been known to cause you mental impairment, stunted growth and learning problems specifically in children.
  • 7. Oily fish The fish you eat contains high levels of the fatty acids EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid). It acts like an anti inflammatory in your body, and also helps you to prevent blood clotting, which can trigger a heart attack or stroke. DHA is concentrated in large amounts in your brain and is now considered a vital nutrient to enhance your learning ability and your mental development. Fish that contain the highest levels of fatty acids include tuna, mackerel, salmon, trout and sardines.
  • 8. Sage In a herbal encyclopedia Sage or salvia can enhance your memory. According to the recent studies, taking sage oil can boost your memory performance. I suggest to make your own tea, one easy and inexpensive way to consume sage. Just simply pour one cup of boiled water over two teaspoons of fresh or one teaspoon of dried sage leaves. Cover and steep for 10 minutes and strain. Take note,your fresh sage leaves should be wrapped in a moist paper towel or bag, placed in a loose plastic bag, and stored it in your refrigerator.
  • 9. Walnuts Interestingly a shelled walnut looks remarkably like a miniature brain; it’s like nature’s way of reminding us to eat these little wonders for brain nourishment. Walnuts are packed with essential fatty acids, critical for your brain and well as your nervous system performance. Your brain is a very fatty organ and requires adequate amounts of these fatty acids for optimum function and your well cognition. Add walnuts to your morning porridge or enjoy a handful as your snack.
  • 10. Water Approximately 75 percent water your brain is made up, so you should stay hydrated for your optimum brain performance. Most of Health Professionals believe that the number one cause of memory loss, at any age, is dehydration and simple act of drinking a large glass of water can improve your brain function. I commend you to start your day hydrated and make drinking of glass of water upon waking then again as soon as you get to work a daily habit.